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Net-Zero Exchange Events

The Net-Zero Exchange have a few upcoming free events taking place both online and at the University of Plymouth:

Stepping up to Net Zero: Assessing your product’s impact

22 February | 16:30 – 18:30 | Main Campus, University of Plymouth, and online

How much carbon is in a product? And what does that really mean? Whether you’re involved in making products, designing products or buying products to provide a service, assessing carbon could empower you to make greener choices. Sometimes just a few simple changes can make a dramatic difference to your emissions and, in most cases, improve your bottom

Join this free Net-Zero Exchange event where we’ll review the drivers for understanding the environmental impact of a product or service, explore tools and get tips for calculating carbon, and hear from those who have successfully taken steps to reduce their footprint.

Unlocking UK Ports’ Potential to Cut Carbon across International Supply Chains

7 March | 16:00 – 17:30 | Main Campus, University of Plymouth, and online

Cargo ports are complex ecosystems connecting multiple modes of transport and providing sophisticated solutions for international logistics. With ports handling 95% of UK imports and exports, they will play a pivotal role in decarbonising transport and supply chains. John Trenchard, Vice President Commercial and Supply Chain at DP World will be joining us to unravel and explore key issues, hosted by leading green shipping expert, Dr Stavros Karamperidis, who will moderate the discussion and audience Q&A.

Heat Pumps In Practice: Ground, Water or Air?

19 March | 16:00 – 18:00 | Main Campus, University of Plymouth, and online

With gas central heating being one of the UK’s largest sources of carbon emissions, we urgently need a net-zero heating solution and heat pumps could be just that. This event will explore how efficient heat pumps are and what they’re like to install, as well as the differences between ground source, air source and water